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Images lost their places when converted to epub

Images lost their places when converted to epub

Images lost their places when converted to epub

(OP)
Hi everyone,
I want help from you expert guys. When I export my INDD file to epub, every picture that I've placed in the document loose it's place.
Please, help me. Tell me what I'm doing wrong.

Any help'll be much appreciated.
 

RE: Images lost their places when converted to epub

Your pictures must be Inline pictures, So they must be nested in or linked to a textframe

carlow

RE: Images lost their places when converted to epub


....yeh, epub is not a layout format strictly speaking, much like a web page your images need to be inline with the text...

...much like a web coded page it works line by line,line by line, line by line...picture...line by line,line by line, line by line...

etc, etc.

Andrew
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www.apepp.info - Graphic Design and Web Design, Exeter, Devon, UK.
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RE: Images lost their places when converted to epub

(OP)
Thanks for the reply.

Can you guide me, how do I inline my graphics/pictures with text?

Please, I need to know.

Thanks

RE: Images lost their places when converted to epub


...you copy the frame (that the picture is in) and paste it into the text box where your text cursor is active, just like any normal copy and paste...

...just like you where copying and pasting text essentially, only with a picture frame instead.

Once the picture is part of the text box, it is known as an an anchored object...

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/InDesign/6.0/WSa285fff53dea4f8617383751001ea8cb3f-6c43a.html
 

Andrew
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www.apepp.info - Graphic Design and Web Design, Exeter, Devon, UK.
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RE: Images lost their places when converted to epub

(OP)
@ apepp
Thanks for all the help :)
You ar life saver.

@ carlow
Thanks to you for your reply.

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